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Cooking pork tenderloin in a Dutch oven

Reader question: Hello.  I use your method quite often.  I have a question about pork.  When I cooked pork tenderloin in a covered Dutch over, by itself with some oil, onions, and seasoning, I cooked it at 325 degrees.  Using the Infusion Cooking method and multiple ingredients, should I use the standard 450 degrees?  Thanks.  – Elaine, Maryland

Hi Elaine,

I’m thrilled to hear you’re enjoying Glorious One-Pot Meals! The answer to your question is Yes. Every recipe I do uses the same infusion cooking method at 450 degrees F. This enables everything in the pot (protein, carbs, and veggies) to cook all together in the same pot at the same time for the same amount of time. Pork tenderloin works great in this method, I promise. Try my Honey and Spice Pork recipe — to die for!

Happy cooking!

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